Tagged with:Research

  • Research Opportunity – PEG Feeding Tubes

    15 Feb 2017

    Are you a patient or a caregiver for someone using PEG feeding tubes? £100 incentive for 90 minute in home interviews for people with or providing care for someone using PEG Feeding Tubes.

  • The Community’s Role in Research

    28 Jun 2016

    Our Children and Young People's Council do more than just play games and eat pizza - they also spend their meetings making a real difference to others born with a cleft like them! In a new video put together for the Appearance Matters 7 Conference, the CYPC share what CLAPA and its work means to them.

  • How Volunteering Helps You Take Control

    9 Jun 2016

    Since becoming a CLAPA Volunteer in 2011, Rachel has been an outspoken advocate for improving care, awareness and research around cleft lip and palate in the UK. For the 9th day of #VolunteersWeek we're celebrating the ways in which volunteering can help you turn something difficult into an opportunity for growth and positivity by taking control of your situation.

  • STUDY: What is considered most important when treating glue ear in children who also have a cleft palate?

    28 Jan 2016

    The MOMENT study wanted to find out what outcomes of treatment for glue ear were most important to health care professionals and children with a cleft palate and their parents.

  • The Centralisation of Cleft Care – Has it Worked?

    21 Jan 2016

    A report has been published with the results of the Cleft Care UK study which looked at how things have changed since the introduction of specialist Cleft Teams at the turn of the century.

  • Early Career Researcher’s Meeting

    17 Dec 2015

    The Cleft and Craniofacial Conditions Clinical Studies Group warmly invites you to an ‘Early Career Researcher’s meeting’ for cleft and craniofacial health professionals looking to get involved with research.

  • Appearance Matters 7

    16 Dec 2015

    Researchers at the Centre for Appearance Research (CAR) at the University of the West of England are organising Appearance Matters 7, a leading national conference focusing on appearance.

  • International Clinical Trials Day

    20 May 2013

    Did you know that the first clinical trial was carried out by James Lind in 1747?

  • Top Twelve Uncertainties About Cleft Revealed

    15 Oct 2012

    On behalf of the Steering Committee of the James Lind Alliance Cleft Priority Setting Partnership, we are pleased to announce that the list of the ‘Top 12 Uncertainties’ about cleft lip and palate has been finalised using input from individuals living with a cleft, their families and clinicians.